Ed. J. Cornall, R. Conroy, A. Crosby, S. Piper, Gang Re:Publik: Indonesian and Australian Creative Adventures. Sydney: Gang Incorporated, 2008.
Ed. Louise Crabtree, Carolyn Sappideen, Stewart Lawler, Rebecca Conroy, Joanne McNeill, Enabling Community Land Trusts in Australia. Arena, Sydney. 2019.

Select essays and chapters
‘Deliberative Development’ in “Enabling Community Land Trusts in Australia” ed. Louise Crabtree, Carolyn Sappideen, Stewart Lawler, Rebecca Conroy, Joanne McNeill, Arena Publishing, Sydney, 2019
“Practising Self Care in the Arts” NAVA May 30, 2019
“Art and Economics” NAVA March 26, 2019
“Critical Dialogues: Hacking the Anthropocene” Editor, Issue 11, Critical Path. May 2019.
“How would an artist-run economy behave?” in Panigirakis, S & Hester, B co-ed., ClubProjects Publication, 2019 (forthcoming)
“The Artists Exceptional Labouring Body”. Make or Break, Sydney, (2016).
“The Art of Money”. Audio work produced for Theme The Podcast with Dan McHugh (2015).
“The Dark Matter of Black Markets” Catalogue essay for pvi performance black-market, Performance Space, (May 2015)
“A Very Beautiful Laundromat” Art Wires. NAVA. (April 12, 2015)
“Between Science, Art and Social Design there is community: An interview Andreas Siagian” Inside Indonesia. 11. October, 2014.
“We’re all Economists now, baby” Runway_Money, 11, Sydney: August, 2014.
“The Nostalgia of the Drive In and Community Arts: Aphids in Dromana”. Realtime. Sydney: Opencity, May 21, 2014.
“In the Car Park of my Dreams”, catalogue essay for Funpark, site-based event directed by Karen Therese & presented by Sydney Festival, January, 2014.
“Wilful Ignorance” in Big Book of Ignorance ed. Malcolm Whittaker, Intimate Spectacle, 2013: 11-15.
‘The [impossible] Yurt Empire’ Catalogue essay for Baadlands: An Atlas of Experimental Cartography, Tin Sheds Gallery, Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning, University of Sydney: 2013.
“Seeking contexts for that ubiquitous place of public gatherings—the community hall: Performance Space’s Halls for Hire” in Contemporary Visual Art+Culture Broadsheet, 42.1. (2013): 69-72.
“Urban Renewal and Public Housing: A rock and a hard spot” in Temporary Democracies, Essay #1 of a three part essay series.
“‘Locating Art and Community in Temporary Democracies’ in Temporary Democracies, Essay #2 of a three part essay series.
“‘The Australian suburb: it’s a class act’ in Temporary Democracies, Essay #3 of a three part series.
“Exploring American Artist Run Spaces: Part 2” in Real Time, rt112, Open City: Dec2012/Jan 2013.
“Exploring American Artist Run Spaces: Part 1”, in Real Time, rt111 Open City: Oct/Nov. 2012. Print.
“Counter Tourism” in Time Machine Catalogue. Serial Space: 2012
“D is for Detroit” in Real Time Opencity, July, 2012.
“The Economy of the Soil” in We Need you, You Need Us, Catalogue essay published as part of the Exhibition curated by Georgie Meagher at Tin Sheds, Sydney, April, 2012.
“Marking Territory with the Waterloo Girls” in Walks for Performance Space, Blood & Thunder. 2012: 24-30.
“Yes, but is it Live Art? A Molecular journey through the nexus of Live Art and Social Practice” Essay published for Live Art is Here, Oct 24, 2011.
“Artist Led Forms of Practice and its Effect on Practice” in Column 5 ed. Reuben Keehan, ArtSpace, 2010: 106-108. Print “Trespassing” in Translab Dialogues, Performance Space, Sydney, 2010: Preface. Print.
“Top Ten Tips for Live Art” published as part of Take off Your Skins, Melbourne Fringe Festival, October 4, 2010. Online.
“In any Language, Gang is Always a Localised Expression” Catalogue essay in Gang: A Creative Network, Gaffa, July 2010.
“Look Back, Move Forward, Cross Borders” in Real Time, Opencity Inc. October 2009: 28-29 Print.
“Gang Ceremonies” in Local Brew, You are Here, Sydney, 2010: 16-17. Print.
“The Tropical Adventures of Kath Ellis” and “Surat buat Widji” in Gang Re:Publik: Indonesia and Australia Creative Adventures. Ed. J. Cornall, R. Conroy, A. Crosby, S. Piper), Gang Incorporated, Sydney, 2008. Print
“Gang” in Decentre: concerning artist run culture, YYZ Books, Canada. 2008: 114-118. Print.
“Cultural Ex/change (or the Art of Nongkrong)”, in Gang, Gang Incorporated, Sydney, 2006: 11-12. Print.

Conference papers
Locating the female body in the New Economy at ‘Building a New Economy for Australia’ Conference Brisbane (September 2017)
Walking to the Laundromat: a mindfulness exercise for when capital penetrates the body at New Materialisms conference, UNESCO, Paris (June 2017)
Staging interventions into the unreal estate bubble in Australia presented at Open Engagement, Portland Oregon USA (May 13, 2012)
‘Since you left me……’ : The Love Affair with Post-Suharto Indonesia and the Future for Radical Performance Praxis at Arts, Culture And Political And Social Change, School Of Asian Languages & Studies, University Of Tasmania, Launceston (16–18 December, 2005)
Performance Efficacy? (or working toward a 100% pay rise) ADSA Conference, UNSW (July, 200)
The Subjugated Subversive: A case of Workers Theatre at ADSA Conference, University of Newcastle. (July 17, 2000).